USA Today Crossword Answers – Apr 18 2020

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‘Little Fires Everywhere’ star Witherspoon REESE
‘Nobody burned down your she ___, Cheryl’ SHED
‘Oh, OK’ ISEE
‘The Assistant’ star Julia GARNER
‘We need to leave’ LETSGO
2004 or 2016 YEAROFTHEMONKEY
Actress PenaVega ALEXA
Animals BEASTS
Appear outwardly SEEM
As graceful as ___ ASWAN
Baseball Hall of Famer Willie MAYS
Bringing up the rear LAST
Brown shade TAN
Bulb holder LIGHTSOCKET
Business leader, for short EXEC
Card with entrees MENU
Carryout coffee cover LID
Causes to yawn, say BORES
Counterparts of cons PROS
Deeply engaged with INTO
Emotionally unengaged ALOOF
Enclosed CASED
Family KIN
Fat for frying LARD
Feel sore ACHE
Fills with wonder AWES
Fried bread PURI
Game show prize CAR
Golfers try to stay under it PAR
Having a sharp incline STEEP
Hit with a sharp blow SWAT
Innovative thought IDEA
Invite to enter ASKIN
It might be written before shopping LIST
Item in Frosty the Snowman’s mouth CORNCOBPIPE
Journalist Shriver MARIA
Laundromat appliance DRYER
Make a mess of BOTCH
Male cat TOM
Middle East region often called ‘the cradle of civilization’ FERTILECRESCENT
N.K. Jemisin’s genre SCIFI
Narrow valley GLEN
One of a limerick’s five LINE
Opposite of beneath ATOP
Part of a romantic bouquet ROSE
Pastry at a tea party SCONE
People in stadium seats FANS
Performer who might be found funny or scary CLOWN
Prefix akin to ‘self-‘ AUTO
Pungent taste TANG
Random ___ of kindness ACTS
Rich cake TORTE
Road surfacing goop TAR
Sandal or sneaker SHOE
Simple bed COT
Singer Marlena SHAW
Snack for Bugs Bunny CARROT
Software customer USER
Some eateries CAFES
Sound effect in a cave ECHO
Speak from a lectern, perhaps ORATE
Stairway segment STEP
Tablet downloads APPS
They’re like fogs but thinner MISTS
They/___ THEM
To whom the Fresh Prince yelled ‘Smell ya later’ CABBIE
Toddler’s minor injury OWIE
Totally prepared SET
Underpaid employee’s desire RAISE
Upped the ___ ANTE
Used to be WAS
Used to be WERE
Vacant shelf’s accumulation DUST
Waist accessory SASH
Waiting for the next task, say IDLE
Winter vehicle brand SNOCAT
___ eclipse LUNAR
___ pool GENE